Jeremy Kyle, 58, pays tribute to wife Vicky as he returns to work after birth of 6th child
13.02.2024 - 14:48
Jeremy Kyle has paid a sweet tribute to his wife Vicky as he returned to work following the birth of his sixth child. The TV presenter, 58, became a dad for the sixth time at the end of January, as he and Vicky welcomed their second child together, a baby daughter who they've named Iris Rose Victoria Kyle. Following just a few weeks of paternity leave, Jeremy has now returned to host his TalkTV breakfast show alongside co-host Rosie Wright, who has stepped in to cover for Nicola Thorp, who has also welcomed a baby recently.
Sharing a photo of his newborn daughter, Jeremy said: "It's been good. Little Iris, I think she's watching right now. I should salute her mother.
"I know I said before I went off I was going to go and play golf - I've lost five pounds! I've been running around like a headless chicken. But there is no way on God's earth, right, looking after a four year old and feeding a baby. "I take my hat off to my wife.
That's like different gravy to this, isn't it? This is like a rest.
Have a sleep in the car, right? Come here, somebody's done my make-up, ironed my shirts, brilliant." He then added that he hasn't been able to go anywhere near a golf club as he's been busy with the newborn. After announcing the birth of Iris, Jeremy found himself at the centre on controversy after some people claimed he was "too old" to father a newborn. Hitting back at this, he told The Sun: "Six is a great number.
Of course people say 'oh come on, you're 58' but you're as young as the people around you. I've got a young wife and I've got so many children now, I've probably got more than Boris Johnson. "But every weekend is spent running around taking them to hockey classes and swimming lessons or whatever and it keeps me young.
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